Presentations and posters.
Purpose of the workshop. Graziella Devoli, NVE
The Norwegian landslide warning system
Regional early warning for soil slides, debris flows, and slush flow in Norway. Hervé Colleuille, NVE; Tore Humstad and Roald Aabøe, Norwegian Public Roads Administration, SVV
State of the art about national and regional EWS in the different countries
Landslide and Debris-Flow Early Warning in the United States. Dennis Staley, USGS
Daily landslide hazard assessments; the use of process models and weather regimes to enhance the capability to issue regionally specific forecast and provide longer outlooks. Helen Reeves and Joanne Robbins, BGS-Met Office, UK.
Early warnings for shallow landslides in Iceland. Harpa Grímsdóttir, Vedur.
EWS for rainfall-induced slope phenomena: shallow landslides and channelized debris flows in Piemonte, Italy.
Davide Tiranti and Roberto Cremonini, ARPA Piemonte.
Towards an operational rainfall induced landslide early warning system for Italy. Fausto Guzzetti, CNR
Monitoring and early warning systems in Austria – an overview. Rudolf Schmidt and Margarete Wöhrer Alge, die Wildbach
Early warning systems for landslides in Switzerland. Manfred Stähli, WSL
Early warning systems for rainfall-induced landslides in Sweden. Charlotte Cederbom, SGI
Experiences from case studies
Iceland - Permafrost landslide in Móafellshyrna mountain in 2012. Jón Kristinn Helgason, Vedur.
Norway - Landslide events in Gudbrandsdalen in June 2011 and May 2013. Søren Boje and Graziella Devoli, NVE
Improving regional slush flow early warning by establishing thresholds. University of Oslo and NVE